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Bert Lams & Fabio Mittino: Movimenti

Read "Movimenti" reviewed by Geno Thackara

George Gurdjieff was one fascinating character: traveler, mystic, philosopher, composer and more. He taught that most people's consciousness is limited and there are other realms to be experienced after a spiritual awakening--time-honored ideas, yet provocative stuff for the early 20th century. His most famous collaboration was with Russian composer Thomas de Hartmann, which resulted in a ...

Movimenti

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2018
Track listing: Multiplication of October 9th; Duduki; Woman's Dance (from 39 Series); Tibetan Masked Dance; The Sacred Goose; Circles; Dance N.27; The Spinners; Round Dance in G; Armenian Melody; Dance in G.

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California Guitar Trio: Komorebi

Read "Komorebi" reviewed by Geno Thackara

Things come somewhat full circle for the California Guitar Trio on their fifteenth album Komorebi. Having often experimented with all manner of electronics and effects to weave sound textures, here they drift back towards compositions that use their acoustic guitars pure and unadorned. It was made live in a room with a minimal rig, much the ...


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